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10 Cards in this Set

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Define Frame of Reference and what is a frame of reference
theory, not practical that help us speculate on what's occuring w/patient.
MOHO (MODEL OF HUMAN OCC) is a frame of reference
What are the 3 Practial Models
Biomechanical approach
Sensorimotor approach
Rehabilitative approach
What are the eval tech and Tx for Biomechanical?
Therapeutic Ex
MS Strength
Joint range
Based on Kinetics and Static
What are the 3 goals of the biomechanical approach
1 evaluate limitations
2 restore
3 prevent or reduce deformity
What does biomechanical approach focus on
-the body as a machine
-CNS has to be intact
-lower motor neuron deficits
What does Rehabilitative approach focus on
-on ability, not disability
-concerned with intrinsic worth
-pt is an active involved member
what are the Rehabilitative approach treatment methods
use of compensatory interventions, adaptive equip, adaptive, clothing and modalities
What are the steps of the Treatment Continuum
Begins w/onset of injury and ends w/restoration.
1-Adjunctive: Pt is passive, OT works on the pt. which prepares
2-Enabling: Simulated purposeful activity. Pt is an active participant
3-Purposeful activity: Inherent goal. Task done in the clinic/facility. The core of OT
4-Occ Performance: Pt resumes or assumes occ role in living environment
What are the 3 areas of MOHO
MOHO tries to explain how the drive toward occ can be harnessed or crushed
1 Volition: 1-Personal Causation
2 Habituation: activities that are routine/customary:
1- Habits: conserve energy
2- Internalized roles
3-Performance Level: foundation of MOHO. small simple actions that make up complex actions:
2-Rules used to use skills
What is sensorimotor approach
-Works with CNS disabilities; upper motor neuron deficits
-may overlap with biomechanical